Tory veteran Ken Clarke has slated the Government’s "silly" attempt to enshrine in law the day Britain must quit the European Union.
Westminster and political parties urgently need a specialist system to address an issue as intricate as sexual harassment, says Jess Phillips
Westminster is at risk of "navel-gazing" over the sexual harassment scandal which has engulfed parliament, according to a former Conservative Cabinet minister.
Jeremy Corbyn and Gordon Brown are among the top Labour figures who today paid tribute to ex-MPs Candy Atherton and Frank Doran after they passed away.
Former Leader of Sheffield City Council and Liberal Democrat peer Lord Scriven writes that that Jared O’Mara's views 'do not represent the outward looking, tolerant and accepting people of Sheffield Hallam'.
The alleged leader of banned far-right group National Action has been charged with encouragement to commit murder in connection with an apparent plot to kill a Labour MP.
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the personal side of politics. This week, Conservative MP Anna Soubry on her ‘pathetic’ fear of heights, her biggest regret – and why she won’t ‘shut up’ about Brexit
Senior figures in Labour knew about the sexist and homophobic comments made online by Jared O’Mara at least a month ago, it has been claimed.
A top Labour MP last night called for Jared O’Mara to be suspended from the party during an official investigation into an alleged sexist incident.
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the personal side of politics. This week, Labour’s Rupa Huq on her DJ career, an embarrassing doorstep encounter and how her sister stole her dream job
Philip Hammond has been hit with more criticism by senior right-wing Tories over his approach to Brexit amid claims relations between the Chancellor and Prime Minister have hit a new low.
The Conservatives must "confront" the question of Theresa May’s leadership if they are to stand any chance of winning back the political initiative, George Osborne has warned.
Dominic Grieve has emerged as one of the most vocal Brexit rebels on the Tory side, after putting his name to more than a dozen repeal bill amendments. Ahead of the crucial committee stage, he talks to Emilio Casalicchio about his red lines – and why he will fight all the way to stop the UK’s constitutional framework being ‘ripped up’ by Brexit
The Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary has admitted Labour has shown “double standards” in criticising Government phone call charges – after it was revealed they use a similar number.
A ‘21st century’ Labour fringe and warring Tory ‘Brextremists’ – Stephen Kinnock returns to Westminster after a tale of two conferences
More voters think Jeremy Corbyn is better suited to be Prime Minister than Theresa May, according to a new poll.
John Major has called for Tory MPs to back Theresa May, while rounding on “self-absorbed” and “disloyal” attempts from within the party to unseat her.
Conservative MPs rallied behind Theresa May today after she battled through a faltering voice and a disruptive protester to finish her keynote conference speech.
Young unemployed Glaswegians should "get on their bikes" and join "gorgeous EU women" in labouring on English farms, a Tory MP has said.
A refreshingly candid James Cleverly talks to Kevin Schofield about learning from the past, the importance of selling your message and why – although he’d ‘love’ to be Prime Minister – now is the time for loyalty
In just two years at Westminster, Angela Rayner has risen from backbench MP to shadow education secretary. So why does she still fear she is ‘punching above’ her weight? She sits down with Jess Phillips to talk class politics, Labour’s future and how the pair ended up ‘on opposite sides of the fence’
Some 87% of MPs faced some sort of abuse during the general election campaign, a new survey has suggested.
After winning back the city of Bath for her party, new Lib Dem MP Wera Hobhouse is ready to fight for Britain’s future in Europe. She talks to Sebastian Whale
Building an education system that works for everyone requires some big thinking – and the Liberal Democrats can lead the way, writes Layla Moran